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at 9:00 p.m. eastern and pacific on c-span -- >> next a funeral service for former new york city mayor ed koch. after that, the washington press club dinner. and bringing news coverage in afghanistan. on monday, new york city mayor michael bloomberg and former president clinton praised ed koch. he died on february 1, 2013 at the age of 88. he served three terms as new york city mayor from 1978-1989. this portion is 20 minutes. >> i come today with love and condolences of new yorkers who are grieving with you at this moment. ed must be loving all of this attention. [laughter] i was thrilled he picked my neighborhood for his funeral. president clinton and rudy giuliani and governor cuomo and governor schumer and city and state federal and international officials and dignitaries, friends and family, fellow new yorkers, everyone is here today . i' i have no doubt ed is beaming and watching us down here. before last year's state of the city speech, we ran a video that included a shot of ed denting at the entrance ramp and yelling to all the cars that approached,, welcome to my bridge. welco
and i am in new york city where the mayor is warning the storm is unpredictable, he's been instruct is everyone to stay inside though there are a lot of the people out tonight. pictures of destruction from superstorm sandy are fresh in his mind and the mind of many people in the new york city area. new york city police commissioner ray kelly is here with me. we'll be talking in just a moment. we want to go to the north first and new england which has been getting pummeled through the day. this is one of the ten biggest storms in history. in boston right now, already breaking the record of 27 inches which was set ten years ago back in 2003. and that is the fear that made massachusetts governor duvall patrick to take drastic action. he said, if you are on the road driving after 4:00 this afternoon, you could face a year in jail. a significant step to make. "outfront," jason carroll, he's live in boston. ali velshi is live. jason, it has been a pretty incredible day there. and record snowfall throughout. what's it been like? >> well, i have to tell you, erin, condition here in boston a
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american cities, including pittsburgh and new york. man: new york city went to philadelphia and said, "you know, we're thinking of developing a hudson river water supply -- what do you suggest we do?" and they said, "we've had "a lot of problems on the schuylkill. "don't go to the hudson river. go to the upland and work by gravity." and that's what new york city did. they first went to the hudson highlands, but 150 years later, it went to the delaware highlands. and really diverted the water that normally went to philadelphia to new york city. i don't think they anticipated that. narrator: the majority of new york city's drinking water comes from watersheds in upstate new york. a watershed is the area of land where water from rain or snow melt drains downhill into a body of water. mountains act as a funnel to feed rivers and lakes. and in this case, reservoirs. in the new york city system, water is collected and stored in 19 reservoirs, which can hold more than a year's supply -- over 580 billion gallons of water. almost all of the system is fed by gravity, without the use of energy-consum
moving into virginia and north carolina. we have torrential downfalls right now. you see new york city is at 33 degrees. that's going to be an area where we will see that snow start off as rain and then it changes in the back side of the storm. so most of today, it's okay in new york city but then it turns into tonight. we do are blizzard warnings in the bright pink here. that's an area where we could end up with two feet of snow. there's only really been four snowstorms with two feet of snow in boston. this could be the fifth one and a crippling storm. >> living up to the label historic. >> absolutely. >>> turning now to california where a massive manhunt has the los angeles area on virtual lockdown. the lapd even putting extra security at their headquarters because the spblgt used to be one of their own. christopher dorner is wanted in multiple shootings spanning six days. the 33-year-old said he's declaring war with the lapd after losing his job. according to his late and rambling manifesto, he wants to revenge until his name is clear. he writes the violence of action will be high.
at an incredible rate of two to three inches an hour in some spots. >> up to 12 inches in new york city to an incredible 3 feet in parts of connecticut. boston got smacked with two feet, leaving people there with a new big dig to deal with. ron who used to live in boston will remember the big dig. it was the largest public works project in the history of mankind. we have a new project for boston now. >> an extreme weather team is where the snow is this morning. fanned out across the storm zone. with the latest on what's to come, how to handle it when you get back on the roads, as well. >> our coverage of the blizzard of 2013, sam champion and ginger zee. let's go first to sam, our weather editor in new york's columbus circle this morning. sam, good morning. >> good morning, dan and bianna. we're on a side street here. this is andrew. we've been helping him dig out from the snowfall totals. this is his car. we're going to get it out for him this morning. we have the eight inches of snow. andrew, i'll step on the other side of this. and you keep going. we got about that eight inches of sn
for an onslaught of winter. a pow everyful storm could dump snow from new york city to boston. >> i've got my snow shoes, shovel, salt. i've got it all red. >>> and police officers on edge. the manhunt continues for the fired lapd cop who's accused of targeting officers and their families during a killing spree fueled by vengeance. >> this is a vendetta against all of southern california law enforcement. captioning funded by cbs cbs morning news" for friday februar 8th >>> this is the "cbs morning news" for friday, february 8th, 2013. >>> good morning. good to be with you. i'm anne-marie green. well, a potentially record-breaking debilitating winter storm is expected to slam the northeast this morning. snowfall totals could top 2 feet in some areas. dangerous wind gusts threaten power supplies and travel will be affected from coast to coast. the storm is actually a combination of two powerful storms converging off the atlantic coast. one part of the storm is coming from the midwest. the worst of the storm will hit tonight into saturday morning. in some areas snowfall tot
, in about a foot up near new york city. it's going to mean significant delays. of course, this storm is intensifying as it is moving up. we have rain from ocean city, to cecil county. except for just a few showers. could present flurries before the night is out. we'll have more on the storm and how it may impact the rest of the week coming up. now, back inside. >>> blizzard warnings are in effect from new york city and maine. first warning weather coverage continues with marley hall, who has the latest from harford county, connecticut. >>> the icy sleet that pelted new york city this afternoon, is turning into a full-blown snowstorm this evening. by tomorrow, manhattan could be buried under a foot of snow. >> if it gets crazy, stay in. if not, you know, keep on moving. that's now new york is. >> reporter: a satellite photo shows the nor'easter colliding with another storm from the northwest. creating a winter double-whammy for the northeast. they are preparing for hurricane force winds and storm surges. residents in harford, connecticut, started
the spirit of new york city like he did. i do not think anyone will. brash and irreverent, full of humor, he was our city's it essential mayor. it was an attitude he displayed for the world every day. we have such respect for him. it was matched by his integrity, intelligence, and independence. i was lucky enough to get an endorsement from him for first term of mayor. he was one of the few people crazy enough to back me. i do not know a thing of politics. i always remember that advice he gave me. he said, be yourself, say what you believe, and not worry what people think. god knows he did not worry about it. he was a genuine politician as america has ever seen. he understood that if you take tough stances and give it to the people straight, they will respect you for being honest, even when they do not agree with you. he scared the heck out of press secretaries, but the average citizen in new york city admired him. he was a gifted student of human nature, but also a student of government policy. he had a voracious appetite for information. his candor sometimes overshadowed the fact that his o
-breaking storm for them. new york city's probably going to be in the 12 to 18-inch range. here in boston, we are under blizzard warnings now. blizzard conditions expected with the prolonged time of wind and heavy snow. the snow is really picking up in boston right now. the radar showing it's all snow. temperatures there below freezing and the timing is such that the snow will continue to pick up over the next few hours. by nightfall, probably two to four inches of snow. blizzard conditions this evening. probably 25 to 40 hello mile-her hof sustained winds and through the night and even rising to 35 to 60-mile-per-hour range. 12 to 18 inches more falling and then tomorrow morning beginning to see it taper off and additional five inches could fall and blizzard conditions for a while longer, perhaps even after the snow tapers off and visibility will be very low. we'll continue to watch all of new england, as well as new york city, which is under that blizzard threat, as well. you're under a blizzard warning from new york northward and out toward long island and seeing the possibility of gusty w
the west and the other from the south. new york city is also getting dumped on. >> by the time the storm passes early saturday afternoon we're expecting to have accumulations of 10 to 14 inches across the five boroughs. >> reporter: amtrak suspending northeast corridor service and airlines cancelling thousands of flights through tomorrow affecting air travelers across the country including this passenger in arizona. >> our initial flight was canceled. trying to get on stand-by for saturday and earliest flight we can get booked on is monday morning. >> reporter: flooding is a major concern in parts of the northeast especially in the areas hardest hit by superstorm sandy. in boston molly lyon, fox news. >>> conditions normal at local airports tonight, but problems in the northeast could create a domino effect for passengers here. fox 5's bob barnard has that part of the story. >> this was the scene at union station, amtrak at midday. the new england blizzard upset plans for nearly everybody traveling to and from new york city and beyond. >> i've got a little day trip here and hopefully w
for film and television, produced in new york. this week, the city announced expanding it to technology and digital companies. what's the strategy? >> well, we've seen over the past several years the tech community in new york city has grown and our tech sector has arrived. what's amazing is we have over 900 tech companies here in new york city that are 75% or more developed in the five boroughs. over 120,000 people with working in the sector. we thought it's important the world is aware of this. we launched we are made in new york. it's a one-stop shop for all the programs and resources that you need to participate in the new tech ecosystem and crucially, find a job. >> talk about this boom in the technology sector. what does it mean in terms of economic impact? certainly, the local impact has to be very strong. >> absolutely. one of the hallmark ps of the bloomberg administration has been to diversify the economy. we have so many industries here that are so powerful. media, fashion, finance and real estate. a lot of these are driving the business models of the tech sector, so it makes
hours. probably shut off in new york city in about six hours. still, an awful long way to go for east of there, connecticut, rhode island, massachusetts. mt. sinai, 19 inches. this is suffolk count a, the north shore of long island. 19 inches. manchester, keblth, 18.5. if you go into mansfield, into massachusetts, 16 inches of snow. we haven't seen numbers like this now for a while. we know that it has been snowing 2 to 3 inches per hour. if it will do that, even 1 to 2 inches per hour, for another eight hours, you can do the math. we still have more snow to come, especially into new england. connecticut, massachusetts, rhode island. a little shutting off in new york city rights now, but the snow is still coming down. and it will come down for the rest of the night. probably until morning. every time we see the blue here, the lighter blue, that is heavier snow. when you see the pink, that's what ali velshi is in. he's right there, and the pink is snow that's kind of melted and froze again, and the closer you get to the center of the low, the warmer it's going to get. and ali is going
and applause], watso >> jon: welcome back. my guest tonight is the police commissioner of new york city. please welcome to the program, commissioner ray kelly. sir, how are you sir? [ applause ] nice to see you. batman. thank you for joining us. >> great to be here. longtime fan. did you know? [laughter] against the law. just a warning this time. [ laughter ] >> jon: cuff it it's the fuzz. how are you? thanks for joining us. i want to talk about two things. we don't have a ton of time because obviously you are fighting crime. the first thing is going to be guns. there's a huge discussion on guns in this country right now. but it seems like there are lobby groups and advocacy groups, not a lot of law enforcement, seems like they should be the focus of discussion rather than not. is there a reason for that the? is law enforcement not allowed or permitted to take a public stand on what they might favor for gun issue? >> the think the big organizations have been speaking out about it. you saw the president yesterday in minnesota with a group of police officers. so i think parts are engaged, maybe n
a show for you tonight. my guest tonight new york city police commissioner ray kelly is going to join us. and after the show, directly after the show, he and i are going to go on the roof of this building and we're going to summon batman. only the police commissioner knows how to do. that you shine a light and then -- [laughter] as you know, kind of a funny thing happened in this year's presidential election amidst the worst economy in decades, high unemployment and a steep spiritual decline, the country chose not a self made and virtuous patriot to heal our woes -- [laughter] -- but the same foreign-born socialist tyrant who created all of our woes. [ laughter ] how did republicans lose this eminently winnable presidential race? the republican party has a serious messaging problem. >> i think our messaging has not been very strong. >> the messaging was bad. >> jon: messaging. [ laughter ] if only people knew what the republicans were about, what the republicans need is some kind of 24-hour a day seven day a week perpetual messaging refinement and distribution resource, preferly one clos
everyone living across new england new york city and get into areas across northern new jersey you need to keep a close watch on the storm system. unsure about the exact track it will take how strong the storm system is. this one under cates the storm will be stronger. this is one of our computer mold approximates. there's always winter storm watches in effect across massachusetts and other areas across new england because it could dump significant snow across the area. this is friday and early saturday relatively quiet across the area. not much accumulation and it is pretty much over with. the only exception is if you live downwind of the great lakes that's when you are looking at continuing snowfall. texas dealing with heavy rain across the southern parts of the state. you need the umbrella if you are headed outdoors temperatures in texas very mild. 634 right now in san antonio, 65 in dallas. 4 degrees as we speak. if you head outdoors in minneapolis you have to bundle up. 69 degrees will be the high temperature in dallas. new york city heather and ainsley not too bad. 39 degrees. >>
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camera out over new york city right now and you can see the snow is falling and the cars are still out on the streets. they are not moving very fast. i'm here in the weather center. let's talk about what we have so far. >> we have about 3 to 5 inches north of new york. we have 3 inches in the bronx. winds gusting to 36 in new york. but this is not the main event. the main event is overnight tonight. so, let's start with the radar. we will widen this out a little bit. you can see the bands of snow starting to move in over coastal connecticut and into massachusetts. and into the hudson river valley. we are looking at probably hurricane-force winds along the massachusetts coast by late tonight. predawn hours of tomorrow. these are pretty heavy bands of snow moving across southern new england right now. again, winds gusting to 41 miles per hour up into boston. the bulls eye is going to be east of 91, north of 90 and east of 495 up into eastern massachusetts and the northern and western suburbs of boston. again, they have a 495, too. west of that and north of the turnpike, we are talking a
off the coast. that's why we spared areas from new york city, d.c., philly, up there, even most of connecticut didn't see heavy snow. this was primarily just extreme eastern new england. this was a huge storm. this storm was a storm with some hurricanes, maybe stronger than some hurricanes. that's why it was windy through the northeast. still windy this morning. just gusted to 46 miles per hour. we're finally seeing the winds dying down around new york city, philly, hartford. gusty from providence northward. the winds will die down, but be thankful with the holiday kids aren't at the bus stop. windchills in the negative numbers through new england. minus five in august a. minus eight in albany. single digits from new york to philly to baltimore. you get the jist of it. not a pretty morning in new england. it was a miserable sunday. as far as the midwest goes, the next storm, this is an active pattern. we've got the next storm coming. there's another in the gulf of alaska that will be a more powerful storm swinging through the west into the middle of the country thursday. we'll s
. is the tree because i make my livelihood here. when i love about new york city and all the cities that are really international cities, there are not that many in the united states, san francisco, l.a. a bit, i love about it is there is always a new population of people moving in. so the japanese lose their yen value and move out, the chinese move in and take their computers of their hands, always someone, whoever is coming in. gerri: to see that more all over the country. all the forigners buying in florida. so we're starting to see investors coming in the fall cash. foreigners coming in and out of cash. individuals, first-time buyers, people who want to trade up. >> you know who is a person he should be moving even more than a first-time buyer or international person, someone who wants to trade up because if you take less for your home today and get them, this deep discount to you are ahead of the game. people are still stalling when they should not be. gerri: named three cities that you like now. >> seattle, las vegas and first and foremost new york city, my home town. gerri: s
:00 in the morning we clear things out towards new york city. but we remain all snow up towards boston until around afternoon hours tomorrow. take a look at how cold it is behind us though. temps are going to be so cold in places like new york and long island had that very thick layer of slush on the ground before. well, that's all going to freeze and we have got a very rough one for most of the day tomorrow where we don't get above freezing. tomorrow night temps are going to be down right cold for most in the single digits. low teens. all of that is going to continue to freeze, shep. >> shepard: what are you predicting for accumulations, rick? >> it hasn't changed a whole lot. the boston area two foot total by the one is done. we are still saying around 7 to 8-inch or so of additional accumulation. we have already had a couple of inches in and around the area. but boston you put that at 22.8, that puts you at your fifth snowest snow storm ever. right in that range of one of their biggest storms that they have ever seen. shep? >> shepard: you know, these two storm systems colliding, one the canadia
to new york city is kind of a question mark. we have blizzard watches that have now been issued for areas of southern connecticut and that's new. last night, from boston to providence. so the i-95 corridor is the biggest area of concern for the heavy snow, the gusty winds, probably impossible travel on i-95. all of new england and much of new york state is under the winter storm watch. now, as far as our computers go, we're looking at the heaviest snowfall amounts. you're talking historic snows possibly in that i-95 corridor from the boston to providence corridor. about 20 inches of snow for this area. then a little less from new haven to new york city because we may get a winter mix during the day on friday. changing over to snow on the back side. as far as historic goes, the best chance of that happening, the coastal flooding, the damaging winds, hurricane force winds that would be on cape cod 'the i-95 corridor from boston to providence. if you're traveling there, you're not going to do it friday into saturday. that's a look at your national forecast. now here's a look at the weather o
. >> neil: all that plastic foam and shove it? new york city mayor saying that plastic foam has to go, but is the n >>. >> neil: first it was size of drinks and now it is foam. mayor bloomberg pushing a ban on the popular foam on ordering something to go. charles says the ban has to go. >> you are going to get something with gravy on it? i don't think, mayor bloomberg understands regular people. all these little small stores in the bronx and inventory can break their backs. it's too imperial to me. >> neil: what do you make of it? >> in 20 years i covered the story when mcdonald's got rid of the polly to say reason, but they and their customers have survived and -- polistirene. >> there is a money angle in the house they ban styrofoam. the costs went through the roof. these people can't afford it. these little bode gagh on 47th can't afford to make the change, it's ridiculous. >> i supported the soft drink because we have socialized medicine in new york. if you are going to have socialized medicine you do get to control what people put in their body. he gets caught up in these nanny s
foaming at the mouth. >> all right. first, super sized drinks and now plastic foam. new york city mayor michael bloomberg pushing the packaging used usually to-go. and charles says the ban has to go. >> you get something with gravy on it, put it in paper? and hopefully don't have far to go. i don't think the president-- i'm sorry, the president -- mayor bloomberg understands little people. all the little ma and pa stores in the bronx and the city that just the inventory change alone could break their backs, but it's nuts, so imperial to me. >> neil: what do you make of it, adam? >> well, 20 years ago i covered the story when mcdonald did away with the polly styrene clamshell. they went to a product not as good, but they and their customers survived and i expect you new yorkers will survive this ban as well. >> neil: dpchgerri. >> there's a money angle, in the house they banned styrofoam and costs went through the roof. and the bodegas on 6th and 48th and 47th can't afford to make this change, it's ridiculous. >> i started his soft drink move because, well, because we have socialized med
idea but should he try to stop it. plus new york city's murder rate hit a 50 year low but the policy is still under fire. to stop and frisk be soon a thing of the past? and the return of the hollywood black list. campaign against zero dark 30. >> paul: welcome, i'm paul gigot. with days to go president obama turned up the heat on republicans this week saying they would be to blame if across the board spending cuts take affect march 1st. appearing on police officers and firefighters and other first responders, he claimed the consequences of such cuts would be dire. >> people will lose their jobs. it will jeopardize our military readiness. it will eviscerate investments and thousands will be laid off. tens of thousands of parents will have to scramble to find child care for their kids. >> paul: but in an op-ed john boehner shot back saying the sequester was the white house's idea in the first place and product of his president obama's failed leadership. joining us is dan henninger. jason riley and washington columnist kim strausel. let's start with the merits and the claims of catastro
let's get to work. >> here is the main story we are following tonight on cnn, from new york city, across new england, up to ontario, deep snow fall, hurricane force winds now, plenty of cleaning up and digging out. across several states, a half million homes are without power tonight. take a look at this accumulation in wallingford, connecticut. that is 44 inches! the the city of poston saw the snow reach 21 inches deep there. that is where a tragic accident happened. a teenager claimed into this car to get warm. the tail pipe was blocked, in the snow and the boy died in a matter of minutes. >> ems were coming out of the boy, at around this point, i got a look at his face. eyes rolled back in his head. i have seen that look before. >> this is part of the country recovering from hurricane sandy, one of the most devastating storms to hit the east coast. it isn't a new phenomenon, experts say our weather patterns are changing due to global warming. we dispatched a team of team of cnn reporters across the country and around the world to investigate, how bad can these storms become? a
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